George W. Loop--Co. D
G. W. Rice--Co. C
EMBREY, CHARLES O--Pvt.--Co. I. Buried in Arlington National Cemetery. Confederate section, plot 131-A
George W. Loor--Pvt.--Co. D--Buried in Arlington National Cemetery. Confederate section, plot 212
G. W. Rice--Pvt.--Co. C.--Buried in Arlington National Cemetery. Confederate section, plot 261
Henry T. Elam--Pvt--Co. A--Buried in Arlington National Cemetery. Confederate section, plot 260
Richard B. Seay--Co. H--Buried in Arlington National Cemetery.
John Wesley Edmunds--Co. B
John W. Anthony--Co. B
Peter S. Arthur--Co. B
11th Infantry Regiment was organized at Lynchburg, Virginia,
in May, 1861, and accepted into Confederate service in July. Its
members were raised in the counties of Campbell, Botetourt, Montgomery,
Fauquier, Culpeper, and Rockbridge. The unit fought at First Manassas
under General Longstreet and at Dranesville under J. E. B. Stuart.
Later it was assigned to General A. P. Hill's, Kemper's, and W.
R. Terry's Brigade, Army of Northern Virginia. It served with
the army from Williamsburg to Gettysburg except when it was at
Suffolk with Longstreet. The 11th was engaged at Plymouth in
North Carolina and after returning to Virginia saw action at Drewry's
Bluff and Cold Harbor. It went on to fight in the Petersburg trenches
south and north of the James River and ended the war at Appomattox.
This regiment reported 6 killed and 15 wounded at Dranesville,
totaled 750 men in April, 1862, and lost 134 at Williamsburg
and 100 at Frayser's Farm.
It sustained 63 casualties at Second Manassas, had about forty percent disabled of the 359 engaged at Gettysburg, and lost 15 killed and 94 wounded at Drewry's Bluff. Many were captured at Sayler's Creek, and only 1 officer and 28 men surrendered. The field officers were Colonels David Funsten, Samuel Garland, Jr., Maurice S. Langhorne, and Kirkwood Otey; and Majors Adam Clement, Carter H. Harrison, and J. R. Hurter.